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they don't want it to be manipulated. they're put together by two separate government entities, bureau of labor statistics, the labor department, and then the census bureau. and then the employment numbers, put together by the labor department. that tells us the number of jobs created by businesses. then there was a household survey, where field representatives go in and call a number of households, putting that number together. you combine the two and that is the report we got this morning but with 2,000 field representatives involved, and two government entities involved, it is almost impossible to manipulate these numbers. >> that is why we needed it all explained, as always, sue herrera. >>> now to breaking news out of arizona, where last night we reported the possibility that they were looking at the possibility that the u.s. border agent killed there may have been the victim of friendly fire. tonight there is more, more at the border patrol station in bisbee station there. good evening. mark, good evening >> reporter: and good evening, sources tell nbc news they expected an annou
continues our nbc news investigation, is the government trying to downplay the danger along the u.s.-mexico border. >>> and later, the rescue of a very big baby in an extraordinary journey home tonight. vocatio>>> we're back now with investigation, part of our ongoing series of reports on the violent drug war next door, along the mexican border. the recent friendly-fire death of a u.s. border patrol agent in arizona has once again put security in the spotlight, and some are now asking whether the obama administration is trying to downplay what is really happening. our report tonight from nbc's mark potter. >> reporter: arizona rancher, john lad, whose land includes eight miles of mexican border fence, says that while fewer cross his fence now he is overrun by the drug runners. he fears many are armed >> they have no regard for laws or anything, and if they want to cause us harm they're going to do it. >> reporter: this video shot by a hidden camera on his land shows a group of smugglers carrying bales of marijuana, which lad says he sees regularly, also they cut holes like this in
people may go hungry because of bad math by the government. >> and good evening. i'm jeff ranieri in the nbls bay area weather center. tracking something we haven't seen in a long, long time with showers offshore. ♪ just put a little bit of yourself ♪ ♪ in everything you do [ female announcer ] add your own ingredients to hamburger helper for a fresh take on a quick, delicious meal. it's one box with hundreds of possibilities. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> president obama shifted his campaign focus to ohio tonight. he left with a war chest $3.2 million fatter after the fund-raiser last night. republican nominee mitt romney passed mr. obama in the gallop survey. at uc davis, a high profile rally featuring bill clinton demonstrated how important both parties consider california's congressional races. mr. clinton was there to boost the profiles of sacramento area incumbe incumbents, as well as two challengers who hope to unseat republicans. before his student audience, clinton hammere
jobs. now, we think that government taking 28% of a family and business's income is enough. president obama thinks that the government ought to be able to take as much as 44.8% of a small business's income. look, if you taxed every person in successful small business making over $250,000 at 100%, it would only run the government for 98 days. if everybody who paid income taxes last year, including successful small businesses doubled their income taxes this year, we'd still have a $300 billion deficit. you see, there aren't enough rich people and small businesses to tax to pay for all their spending. and so the next time you hear them say don't worry about it, we'll get a few wealthy people to pay their fair share, watch out, middle class, the tax bill is coming to you. that's why we're saying we need fundamental tax reform. let's take a look at it this way. eight out of ten businesses, they file their taxes as individuals, not as corporations. and where i come from overseas, which is lake superior, the canadians, they drop their tax rates to 15%. the average tax rate on businesses in t
with individual companies or with governments and central banks. that's the so-called micro, the companies, and the macro, which are the governments. so we've got a flat line here, okay? that's how every day starts. of course, something does happen every day, which is why we are almost never flat, typically on days where cenal government or banks squawk some sort of data. so let's just presume we're never going to be in zero. then we get to earnings season and the equation changes dramatically. we get really granular. we extrapolate the heck out of each and every earnings report to see where the averages are headed. so consider the box score from one 24-hour sports cycle, using the parlance of football. why not? it's football season. it will be easy for everybody. here is the playoff play. first we get earnings last night from yum! brands, parents of taco bell and pizza hut, and it is dynamite. yum is putting up restaurants all around the world. and why not, they have two million restaurants per million in the merging versus 58 per million here in america. china didn't slow as much as we t
at least 100,000 jobs a month. >> but a lot of the creation was in government jobs and that's something the republicans will jump on and manufacturing is still really down. chris: let's talk about romney who had the big week and about who he is because we watched him be a moderate governor of massachusetts, pro-choice and the health care plan was the model for the president's national plan and in this campaign he made all kinds of promises to the right whether it's the neocons or the religious right, who is the the real romney. he was so effervescent and exciting and winning on his personality. is this the real guy unleashed from these commitments. >> i don't want to be unkind but think it was the real romney, in the sense of his political career, going back to massachusetts and earlier, mitt romney has been able to change his position, renounce his position and do whatever he feels is necessary to meet the next group of voters right in front of him. look what he did about 47%. he said the other night in fox news to shawn habity, i didn't mean any of that or -- sean hannity, i didn't se
with a board of governance is it's the who do you know conversation. oftentimes i think it's an okay place to start because it lays the groundwork, but all too often the who do you know conversation is the beginning and end of board recruitment for a particular company. >> the easiest way to be on a board of directors is be on some other board of directors. >> you can't be on a board unless you're on a board. >> exactly. i was just playing with that you know, you look at the relationship between apple and tim cook is on nike and then you look at nike and eric schmidt was at apple. they're a tightly woven board of directors. it's amazing. >> it is. and the problem that really is happening, we're starting to see the roots of this right now, you know, in the post-enron era we had sarbanes-oxley come out and all these corporate governance reforms. but what they didn't do -- they increased accountability and transparency, no question, but what they didn't do was improve the candidate pool. and we haven't done anything to really -- the problem that happens at the public company level is most peo
things were rolling, around 25 photographers working. >> stephanie got a job in county government, environmental planning department. they raised their three young children. >> awesome children. the best. >> smile. >> life for the family was -- >> fantastic. we traveled, we vacationed. ♪ >> but it was in her spare moments that stephanie was truly transformed. a ballroom dancer. >> dancing was probably to her what photography is to me. >> our guest star -- >> it was her passion, said her old friend, bill. >> stephanie loved to dance. dance was her life. she was alive when she danced. >> hardly surprising then that stephanie and jen were close, too. >> we started a ballroom dance program together and pretty soon, she had me doing back flips and partnering and just all kinds of fun things. >> but it was dance that led on the whole cascade of trouble. in the fall of 2010. as an annual fund-raiser here called dancing with the mountain stars. local worthies paired with ballroom pros. did you go? >> i did not go to the last one. >> had a wedding so shoot, so he missed the chance to see
by the chinese government can be used to spy on the united states. the house intelligence committee conducted a year-long investigation and said chinese companies wa wfrnltsei and zte are a threat to security. the equipment is used in telephone networks, cell phone towers, internet server farms and other communications. in a separate but related piece of news, telecom equipment maker sysco is accusing zte of reselling equipment to the iranians in violation of u.s. law. reuters says sysco has ended its businessness relationship with zte. the chairman of the house committee on intelligence suggests no one, not verizon, comcast, at&t should buy equipment from wawei or zte. critics of the report say if congress is really being genuine that chinese products could be doctored in a way to stop spying, why stop at those two? after all, parts of just about any device including sysco's or apple's or hp's or any other company tend to be made in china. back to you. >> thank you, scott. >>> let's check back in with christina loren to find out what's happening outside. fill us in on the forecast. what's ha
. >> reporter: the federal government still has to approve the billion dollar plan to remove the dam. and every day health assessment teams carefully wash the fish for any sign of disease. for now, at least, there is reason to celebrate. >> there we go. >> thanks to the salmon's robust return. kristen dahlgren, nbc news, klamath, california. >>> that is our broadcast on a tuesday night. thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> right now at 6:00, it's decision day. we're live as the supervisors prepare to vote. >>> and surveillance drones could be coming to the bay area. >>> at nbc bay area, reality check as san jose voters prepare to decide whether to raise the minimum wage. >> nbc bay area news starts now. >>> good evening, everyone, thanks for joining us. >> happening now, the 10-month drama surrounding the sheriff is
, this morning the government will issue a warning that thousands of airbags replaced over the last three years could be dangerous counterfeits. you will be able to learn f your model is at risk. just go to safercars.gov. >>> newly released images show what police hope will be a better view of a 10-year-old colorado girl missing since friday. jessica ridgeway was last seen walking to school with her classmates. right there you can see vigils were held for her last night. >>> well, if you are depressed, you're not alone. the world health organization says more than 350 million people suffer from depression worldwide. >>> jerry sandusky's rambling denials were ignored by a judge tuesday as the convicted sex abuser was sent to prison for the rest of his life. >>> and 4,000 tons of ammunition blew up at a weapons dump in russia tuesday, an ongoing problem since the end of the cold war. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow closed 13,473 after dropping 110 points yesterday. s&p dropped 14, nasdaq sank 47. >>> taking a look at overseas trading this morning
, including specialists called in from retirement. and a government plane is on stand by to carry her overseas for treatment, although she is too unstable to move. today, the chief of surgery paid a visit to her bedside, and vowed to fight terrorism no matter the costs. while malala yousufzai lies in bed, many pray for her recovery. some schools were closed in protests. many demonstrate against the taliban. the shooting has brought new focus to malala situation, the fight for education. >> there can be nothing more cowardly. her story has captured the world's attention. >> yesterday's attack reminds us of the challenge the girls face, whether it is poverty or marginalization, or even violence, just for speaking out for basic rights. >> reporter: malala yousufzai may become a combined force. they vow to attack her again if she recovers. >> they have added her father to the hit list. doctors say she has shown some improvement in the next day but that the next 24 hours will be critical. before they can tell if the gunmen still at large have permanently silenced the courage of a 14-year-old girl.
oakland is suing the federal government to try and stop a popular pot dpeispensary from being shut down. they filed a forfeiture action which operates under a city permit. the law firm representing the city says the federal government aktsed beyond its authority. barbara parker says they comply with state and local laws and pays its fair share of taxes. she said the suit was filed to protect the rights of legitimate medical marijuana cases. they and that the seizure be stopped and declared illegal. >>> it may be the fourth largest city in the bay area, but it's number one when it comes to the volume of high-tech startups per capita. we're talking about fremont, an east bay city with 217,000 people says it's booming with jobs on the way. stephanie trong is live in fremont. the city actually says there could be work opportunities not just for a few hundred but tens of thousands of people? >> reporter: that number is right. believe it or not after suffering two major blows in this warm springs area with s solyndra south of where we are and newme, we here about job possibilities. city leade
romney. he criticized the former massachusetts govern's in round one in an interview with nbc news. >> he tried to hide what his positions are because ideas will be rejected and won't worked and if he makes a honest presentation about what he proposes, he'll lose. >> reporter: considering the big winner in that first debate, mr. romney is playing to larger crowds ever since campaigning wednesday in the critical battleground state of ohio trailing in the polls but narrowing the gap. >> the key thing i want people across ohio to understand and to ask themselves as you go into the voting booth, as you vote, can we really afford the cost of barack obama. the answer is no. >> reporter: ron mott, nbc news. >>> from a campaign debate to one in court in that long running battle between samsung apple. a victory for samsung. sco scott, tell us about it. >> reporter: a federal court prohibited samsung from selling galaxy nexus cell phone after a jury decided that phone violated patents. an appeals court says it should not have been done before a full hearing and will let samsung sell the phone at le
infusion of big time cash. ray lahood today announced the government is granting the project over $900 million in federal funding. the city had started work on the $1.6 billion project, even though it had not lined up all the money yet. the subway will connect the city's south of market neighborhood with union square and chinatown. now that funding is in place, the big project can now begin. >> now we start building the stations, we start boring the tunnel and getting this ready for revenue service. >> earlier this week, a group called suv muny sued the city over its plans to begin a station at union square. any work on historic union square requires voter approval first. >>> a different kind of church, a metal fragment found. >>> what to watch for in tonight's vice presidential debate. >>> the political fireworks are flying in one city council race. that's coming up. measures... measure up. money to our schools. "misleading." out here. it. but there's hope. straight to our schools... keeps it there. politicians. yes on thirty-eight. >>> the election's not far away, because the politic
to government benefits? >> i think the vice president very well knows that sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth the right way. >> but i always say what i mean. >> reporter: what about the obama stimulus, the recovery? >> job growth in september was slower than it was in august and august was slower than it was in july. we're heading in the wrong direction. >> 5.2 million new jobs -- private sector jobs. >> was it a good idea to spend taxpayer dollars on electric cars in finland or on windmills in china? >> this was exactly what we needed to stop us from going off the cliff. >> reporter: can a middle class tax hike be prevented if the wealthy get a tax cut? >> it's not mathematically possible. >> it is mathematically possible. it's been done before. it's precisely what we're proposing. >> it has never been done before. >> reporter: on the style side, biden smiled a lot. ryan, a debate rookie, kept his cool. so did ryan add to the romney momentum or did biden help put the obama campaign back on track? now the pollsters go to work to try to figure that out while voters digest the sec
in our government in a way. and ontime responsible people are doing to control it. and the idea that donald trump, jack welch, rich people with crazy conspiracies, can get traction on this is a bad trend. >> i assume, david, there's a number of people that believe that the real unemployment report is somewhere safe in nairobi with the president's kenyan birth certificate. this stuff is crazy. and the notion, quite frankly, that somebody as well respected as jack welch would go on television and embarrass himself for the entire day of friday by saying somehow that these statistics are made up, i agree with chuck, it's incredibly dangerous. and we wonder why institutions in this country are -- or the perception of institutions in this country are failing because people go on tv and just make stuff up. asked for evidence, he said he had none. >> the bush statistics came out after jack welch did and said there is no way this could be. it's not possible. >> when did you stop beating your wife? >> no, no. you guys are missing the whole point. the reason people are losing respect for w
as the government would like it to be and certainly not as great as the american people would like it to be. i think that when you look at the number of jobs added in the last month, it was good. it was better than expected. lower than the average for the years. we added 11000 jobs, 10,000 of those were from government, and the average for the year for each month was 150,000. so it's slow, but it is moving in right direction. >> thanks so much. once again, here's jenna. >>> and while the economy may be picking up, there's something else on the rise as well and it's much more unwelcome and it's gas prices. they spiked overnight once again in california, reaching an all-time high and drivers are not happy to say the least. more now from christa dahlgren. >> reporter: just when californians thought things couldn't get worse -- >> five bucks? oh, my god. >> reporter: even bigger sticker shock. prices up another 20 cents a gallon since midnight. >> going from $4.70 a week ago. >> reporter: in california, the average price per gallon is up 36 cents in a week to $4.49. 67 cents more than this time last yea
syria landed on his house in particulary. a day later, the turkish parliament authorized the government to carry out military operations beyond its own borders, threatening to widen syria's war throughout the nation. you can see the town that is held by opposition rebels, but every day according to the residents here the syrian military which is on the outskirts fires mortars and shells into this town. sometimes they overshoot and the mortars end uplanding on the homes of farmers. they fled the border region because it had been too dangerous to stay here. he showed me where a stray bullet struck his house and told me they couldn't sleep at night because the shells fell like rain. when once the sounds of animals were all you could hear along the border, now rumbling jeeps are reminders that syria's war is increasingly reaching beyond its borders. >> now to the scandal rocking the vatican. the pope's former butler found guilty today of stealing private papal documents and leaking them to a reporter, but tonight the butler is expecting a pardon. paulo gabrieli was always close to the pope
dismissed after less than four weeks on the job. national congress will try to in form government to yuunit the country's factions. >>> joran joor nxn van dersloot sentence. 25-year-old dutchman is suspected of killing natalie holloway but was never charged with the crime. woman is not pregnant. we'll have to see what happens. >> still ahead at 6:00. investigative unit digs into what is happening underground. why coins wouldn't be the only thing you count. not much different tomorrow. what is happening on the radar will be closer to our neighborhood this time tomorrow. we'll talk about changes when we come right back. >>> tonight, a troubling trend among children with autism. 49% of families said their children tried to wander away from home or a family member. >>> soda companies will most calorie information on the button you press to make your selection. machines will go nationwide next year. >> i prefer the coke 0 but that is just me. the number is already there. >> we got to the weekend and no showers. >> right now we have fog pouring into san francisco. we'll talk about changes in the
to government benefits. >> i think the vice president very well knows that sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth the right way. >> i always say what i mean. >> what about the obama stimulus. the recovery. job growth in september was slower than it was in august, and august was slower than it was in july. we're heading in the wrong direction. >> 5.2 million new private sector jobs. >> was it a good idea to spend taxpayer dollars on electric cars in finland or wind mills in china? >> this is what we needed to stop us from going off the cliff. >> can a middle class tax hike be prevented? >> it's not math matticly possible. >> it is. it's been done before. it's precisely what we're proposing. >> biden smiled a lot. ryan a debate rookie kept his cool. >> did ryan add to the romney momentum or did biden get the obama campaign back on track? now the pollsters go to work, as they try to digest this second debate. from danville, kentucky i'm steve handlesman, nbc bay area news. >>> a heyward girl who disappeared 24 years ago. find out how investigators made that discovery. >>> plus, struggl
military communications equipment destined for syrian government forces. the flight originated in moscow. >>> new trouble this morning for the massachusetts drug company linked to the outbreak of meningitis, but has killed 12 people and sickened more than 130 others. massachusetts governor duvall patrick says the new england compounding center may have misled regulators and worked outside the parameters of its state license. the framingham-based pharmacy made steroid injections that were found to be contaminated with the fungal strain of meningitis. the company has since shut down. >>> now let's head to wall street. cnbc's kayla tausche is here for us. foreclosures at a five-year low? >> that's right, natalie. foreclosures declined again in september, continuing a two-year decline, and hitting the lowest point since before the financial crisis as home prices are rising. but not all states saw improvement. more than two dozen states have more than the average of distressed homes. >>> in europe, fears of recession are growing as spain's credit rating is cut. >>> and also on wall street, th
, members of congress. in celebration of over 75 years of our government employees insurance company, or geico...as most of you know it. ...i propose savings for everyone! i'm talking hundreds here... and furthermore.. newcaster: breaking news. the gecko is demanding free pudding. and political parties that are actual parties! with cake! and presents! ah, that was good. too bad nobody could hear me. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> i'm always telling you you need to own some gold. that's been real good advice, given the tremendous breakout the precious metal. you have had to buy actual gold bouillion. if you don't want to lug around the gold bars, there is the eft, which mirrors the price of gold. gold miners, too many ways they can screw up. these companies are dealing with problem after problem after problem, which is why i stopped recommending them ages ago. but last week for speculation friday, i highlighted a company that represents the middle ground, a way to profit from increased gold production, and the company is sandstorm g
of the debates, mitt romney claimed that half of the clean energy companies that had received government loan guarantees from the president had gone out of business. here's the facts. only three of the 26 companies have filed for bankruptcy, but many of those other companies struggle including tesla and bright source here in the bay area. on a different subject, the president accused romney of proposing a $5 trillion tax cut. the facts that that romney proposed $500 billion in tax cuts for 2015. >>> a huge success tonight for california-based space x with its first commercial launch to the international space station. >> and liftoff. >> the unmanned rocket is carrying a capsule with a thousand pounds of cargo including, listen to this, chak chocolate vanilla swirl ice cream for the three residents. it is scheduled to reach the station on wednesday and docked there three weeks before returning to earth. they are counting 0 them to restock the space station now the space agency retired the shuttle. the company is run by billionaire a cofounder of paypal that runs tesla motors. >>> right now we
all the way back to world war ii. because they pollute the water the government under threat of a lawsuit agreed to remove all of them. >>> save money and the planet. a new class on the peninsula is helping do both by teaching basic repair skills from everything coffee pots to seat cushions. the best thing of all? it's free. nbc bay area's marian favro has more. >> reporter: when you look in your garage do you find troubled treasures? you know, things you love but need to be fixed? like this broken camping cushion or this tea pot with a lid that doesn't close. instead of turning them into refuse you can now rescue them with the help of the new repair cafe opening sunday at the palo alto museum of american heritage. here volunteers will help you repair your stuff. the best part? the service is free. with silicon valley entrepreneur peter skinner learning the cafes were a big success in the netherland he decided to open the first repair cafe in the u.s. right in our back yard. >> we all have garages full of stuff, attics full of stuff, basements full of stuff, and i just though
of congress. in celebration of over 75 years of our government employees insurance company, or geico...as most of you know it. ...i propose savings for everyone! i'm talking hundreds here... and furthermore.. newcaster: breaking news. the gecko is demanding free pudding. and political parties that are actual parties! with cake! and presents! ah, that was good. too bad nobody could hear me. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. sailing, diving, post guard beaches. how shelley tyre looked forward to it. they had chartered a sailboat with their friends. the other couple would be bringing along their young son. a week of diving and sailing whichever way caught their fancy. upon arrival here in tortola, they went to get scuba gear. the women went for their boat the caribbean soul. and to this day no one in that group can say that anything was amiss. and it was by all accounts the leisurely week in the caribbean all hoped for. they dove the british islands' greatest hits. on the morning of march 12th, they set a course for cooper island and the site known as
of the year, as you said, there's spending cuts that affect more than 1,000 government programs. >> mandated. >> absolutely. that could go into effect. tax cuts set to expire, including the bush tax cuts and the payroll tax cut. combined, all of these things could wipe about 5% growth off the economy, throw us into recession and the tax increases from 90% of americans. >> that sounds like the doomsday scenario. i mentioned there's been a stalemate so far, but the pressure is going to month on both sides to get something done. what's the likelihood we end up falling off this fiscal cliff? >> it's teetering right now. we've got eight senators, democrats and republicans, meeting behind closed doors in mt. vernon trying to come to some sort of a compromise, but there are other people who suggest that if we're allowed to go over the cliff, their negotiating power from both sides gains strength. >> let's break this down to the average person and the average family, all right. describe for me what happens to people at various income levels if all of these things actually fall into place. >> so, we'
, and death. you know that we favor orphan drugs on "mad money" because the government gives them all sorts of extra goodies, like tax incentives, years of marketing exclusive ift, but best of all, when you have awe drug that treats an ultra rare often lethal condition with no known cure like alexion does, there's basically no limit on how much you can charge for the thing. after all, what price can you put on a human life? alexion is working hard to answer that question because solaris may be the single most expensive drug on earth. a year of treatment can cost more than a half a million dollars. that's why even though not very many people have the blood disorder, solaris is already a billion dollar drug, and at the end of last year it got fda approval for an extremely rare kidney disease that can be deadly. ever since solaris got fda approval back in 7dz, it has been beating the street's expectation. how big could the drug be? for pnh solaris could be $2 billion in sales around the world. this kidney disease could mean an additional $900 million in sales, and plus a treatment for a number
electrical systems. the internet is a battlefield filled with many enemies and that the u.s. government and industry must do more to combat thisgrow iing threat. >>> now here's tamron. >> lester, thank you. the main attraction in los angeles this weekend has nothing to do with molly wood or even entertainment. folks have been lining up to see the space shuttle "endeavour" as it makes its way to its perform home in southern los angeles. as nbc's mike taibbi reports, the two-day move is a logistical challenge like no other. >> reporter: even in the smallest hours of the night the shuttle "endeavour," beginning its 26th and final mission, through crowds of admirers. >> to be that close to it was very, very exciting. >> reporter: and where "endeavour" once circled the planet at 17,320 miles an hour, now is being pulled at 2 miles an hour. its five story height, 86 tons and 78-foot wingspan just clearing one carefully surveyed obstacle after another. >> last night i saw there was about two inches from a given light pole. >> reporter: "endeavour" was born in southern california. one reason na
the nation's oil wealth has been siphoned by a corrupt government, his supporters the middle class and wealthy, many now saying they will leave venezuela, likely destination, the united states. >> i love venezuela, will continue fighting for freedom. >> reporter: president hugo chavez is battling cancer. were it to take his life in the first four years of his new term, the vice president would serve for only 30 days, just enough time to stage a new election. natalie. >> kerry sanders in venezuela, thank you. >>> 27 new cases of fungal meningitis emerge as the outbreak linked to steroid injections spread to nine states. 91 people are infected as the drug company widens the recall. the steroid frequently used to treat back pain and authorities say thousands of patients may have been injected with drugs made at the effected facility. >>> a plea deal today for the former cincinnati bengals cheerleader facing sex abuse charges. the agreement allows sarah jones to avoid a trial slated to begin wednesday. the 27-year-old jones is expected to serve probation but no jail time for having a s
, secretary panetta called for a nationwide effort for government and business to build an entire skilled army of cyber warriors to confront this threat, but he had a very ominous warning. he reminded everybody that early warning signs of the 9/11 attacks here in america went largely ignored. he said that cannot happen again, that we are now in a pre- 9/11 moment, and the terrorists are plotting. >> jim miklaszewski at the pentagon, thanks, jim. >>> police in pakistan say they have arrested three suspects involved in the attack on 14-year-old activist malala yousafzai. she was gunned down on a school bus tuesday, targeted by the taliban for her fearless advocacy for girls' education. she remains in critical condition. the alleged mastermind of the attack, a top taliban commander, is still at large. >>> lebanese militant group hezbollah has declared that a drone downed over israel last week was theirs. israeli officials say the drone appeared to have been manufactured in iran, longtime ally of hezbollah. >>> and a winner for this year's nobel peace prize this morning. in a unanimous decision th
, they are not governed or watched over by the fda. they are looked at by states. this pharmacy was turning out batches of tens of thousands of vials of steroids. that's not to me a compounding pharmacy. they are now manufacturing, and i fear that they are going to give good compounding pharmacies a bad name, and i think it basically from their behavior so far, they are an outlier. >> they released a statement after shutting down, basically recalling all of its products. on the website it says while there is no indication at this time of any contamination in other necc products, this recall is being taken as a precautionary measure. in light of this, i mean, how worried should patients be? >> look, if you have had any steroid injected into your back from june on, call your doctor. if you are a physician and you've injected steroids to somebody, call your patient. check and make sure that there is a transfer of information, and if you have a family member and have symptoms and may not put it all together, this is a time for the entire country to be on heightened alert. these numbers will go up before th
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